An active, stormy pattern set to resume across the Nation later this week

Lingering showers and thunderstorms across the South will end by mid-week.  Meanwhile, a slow-moving Pacific storm system will drift southward near the West Coast before pushing inland late in the week across southern California and the Southwest. 

Much of California will experience a multi-day period of precipitation, including another round of high-elevation snow.  Valley rain in California could aggravate agricultural flood concerns, including the re-appearance of Tulare Lake.  Late in the week, the storm system will traverse the Rockies, central Plains, and Midwest. 

Snow may accumulate north of the storm’s track, primarily from parts of Nebraska and South Dakota into the upper Great Lakes region.  Heavy showers and locally severe thunderstorms should return across the South and lower Midwest, but little or no precipitation will fall across the southern High Plains. 

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